TENS Unit 7000 Review: Does it live up to the hype?
It is widely regarded by many as perhaps the best option on the market, it is one of our most top selling items; it’s time for Discount Medical Supplies to give you a comprehensive TENS Unit 7000 review!
What it is?
The TENS 7000 it is a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) unit manufactured by Roscoe Medical. It is considered to be one of the top tier units available in the market when it comes to Electrotherapy, because of its power, pricing and good looking design.
TENS 7000 Product Features
The most prominent feature of the TENS 7000 is its 100mA capacity, making it very strong and powerful, even more powerful than earlier models from the same manufacturer. It has two available isolated channels and it features 5 different modes: Burst, Normal, Modulation, Strength Duration 1 and Strength Duration 2. It has fully adjustable Pulse Amplitude, Rate and Width to better accommodate what the user might require for the TENS Therapy. It is fully portable and can go give you wherever you want; it works with a 9 volt battery and with a hard plastic carrying case. However, the most important feature that the TENS 7000 has that makes it stand out over the rest is the improved processor it comes with, that allows for more control and precision.
What we like about the Tens 7000 machine?
It virtually impossible to write a TENS Unit 7000 Review without mentioning how powerful the unit is, once applied to the skin and turned on, you can feel the power, literally. It really is set above its predecessors like the TENS 3000 and the TENS 2800, which is on itself no easy feat. Also, another thing that is worth noting is the new design the TENS 7000 has, changing from the previous designs, without compromising the easy-to-use designs known to the brand.
What we don’t like about the Tens 7000 unit?
There is really very few things not to like about the TENS 7000, in all due fairness, some of these details might even fall under the nit-picking category. Perhaps the main concern that we have with this, and pretty much all TENS units alike is the electrode pads that are included. And not that there is anything particularly wrong with them, is just that it takes for an extra tacit investment that one must make when a TENS unit is purchased. We can only dream for the day when longer lasting electrode pads are invented.
Do we recommend it?
Absolutely. This is by one of, if not THE best TENS unit available at discount medical supplies right now.